Cognitive Functional Therapy

BodyInMind, an organization that researches pain, and headed by Lorimer Moseley PhD, has done some amazing work highlighting the importance of the so-called new biopsychosocial model of pain, and as seen here, specifically with regards to low-back pain.

…One intervention that has reported large, clinically important improvements in pain and function associated with CLBP is Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT). In brief, CFT can be summarised as an individualised behavioural intervention grounded in biopsychosocial principles that challenges maladaptive beliefs and associated dysfunctional behaviours, to enhance pain control and take the patient on the journey back to their valued goals